Who are Mohanji Acharyas?
Mohanji Acharyas have committed themselves to representing Mohanji and his teachings and adding value to society. Compassion, kindness and selflessness are the pillars on which the Acharyas lead a non-violent existence in thought, word and action.
“Acharya” means “teacher”, but in essence the meaning of the word is “the one who practices” or leads by example, by living a conscious life and revealing the Truth that is within all of us.
“I am trying to create a breed of people, a creed of people who are able to deliver more and more to the Earth and I am empowering them. It’s important to understand that our path is the path of purity, selflessness. We have no expectations. We do good for the people. We live a peaceful life, like a family. We evolve and we dissolve. It’s very simple.” – Mohanji
ABOUT ACHARYA PROGRAMS
Acharya programs are focused on rejuvenation of the mind, body and spirit. Programs are based on simple but effective universal techniques suitable for people of all religions. Techniques such as meditation, yoga, Conscious Dancing, and Conscious Walking bring inner transformation, and a more peaceful, balanced mindset and life.
Based on the social setting and participants’ needs we offer diverse program formats. These programs are aimed at:
Special programs are designed for empowering people in overcoming the stresses and strains of the traumatic past experiences.
Our programs are suitable to be conducted in universities & schools, senior citizen homes, corporate institutions and business, prisons, sports clubs, etc., as well as with trauma survivors (violence, etc.), people with disabilities etc.
Acharya programs can be hosted online too, on Zoom, FB live and other different platforms.
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